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boarding pass
to register (one's name)
to register / to log in
to carry a story / to publish (in a newspaper or magazine)
to land / to come ashore / to make landfall (of typhoon etc) / to log in (frequently used erroneous variant of 登錄|登录)
to climb / to pull oneself up / to clamber / to scale / fig. to forge ahead in the face of hardships and danger
Osama bin Laden (1957-2011), leader of Al Qaeda
to log in (to a computer) / to enter (data)
  *登* | 登* | *登
to scale (a height) / to ascend / to mount / to publish or record / to enter (e.g. in a register) / to press down with the foot / to step or tread on / to put on (shoes or trousers) (dialect) / to be gathered and taken to the threshing ground (old)
David Attenborough (1926-), British naturalist and broadcaster, author of Life on Earth 地球上的生物
to climb a mountain / climbing / mountaineering
Baden-Württemberg, southwest German state, capital Stuttgart 斯圖加特|斯图加特
to log out (computer) / to publish / to be published / to appear (in a newspaper etc)
to go on stage / fig. to appear on the scene / used in advertising to mean new product
immediately / at once
modern (loanword) / fashionable
Dengfeng, county-level city in Zhengzhou 鄭州|郑州, Henan
(Osama) bin Laden (1957-2011), leader of Al Qaeda
Baden (region in Germany)
Biden (name) / Joe Biden (1942-), US president (2021-), vice-president 2009-2017
to ascend the throne
to publish (in newspapers or magazines) / to record (bookkeeping entries)
to go (up) to the moon
(of a list, music chart etc) to reach the top
Wendeng, county-level city in Weihai 威海, Shandong
to board a plane
to climb a mountain / to scale a peak / mountain climbing / mountaineering
single sign-on (SSO)
to visit sb at home
Sheraton (hotel chain)
to visit places famous for their scenery
to reach great heights (in technical skills or scholastic achievements)
reaching heaven in a single bound (idiom); (esp. with negative: don't expect) instant success
the quick-footed climb up first (idiom) / the early bird catches the worm / first come, first served
Yongdeng county in Lanzhou 蘭州|兰州, Gansu
Wendeng, county-level city in Weihai 威海, Shandong
Yongdeng county in Lanzhou 蘭州|兰州, Gansu
lit. from the main room, enter the inner chamber (idiom) / fig. to go to the next level; to attain a higher level
to go on stage
abundant harvest of all food crops / bumper grain harvest
to publish in the newspapers
to make up and go on stage (idiom); to embark on a career (esp. in politics or crime)
boarding gate (at airport) / aircraft boarding bridge
Dengtu Zi, famous lecherous character / lecher; skirt-chaser
Brandenburg (e.g. gate, concertos)
Wimbledon (district of southwest London) / Wimbledon Championships (tennis)
Providence, capital of Rhode Island
to go ashore / to disembark
plentiful harvest / bumper crop
to make a clarion call / to make a public appeal
harder than climbing to heaven (idiom)
ample / extremely abundant
to publish unaltered
record entry (e.g. into a bank passbook)
gaudy / repulsively colored
The Flintstones (TV Series)
brim full / filled to overflowing
to become immortal / big promotion / die
to climb over / to ascend onto / to mount
death of an emperor
(Tw) single sign-on (SSO)
registration form
to go up
to ascend the throne
to publish / to appear (in print)
lit. not fit for elegant hall (of artwork) / not presentable / coarse / unrefined
stupid / dazed
dengue fever
dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF)
Liechtenstein (Tw)
Lake Constance (between Germany, Austria and Switzerland)
Gutenberg (name) / Johannes Gutenberg (c. 1400-1468), inventor in Europe of the printing press / Beno Gutenberg (1889-1960), German-born US seismologist, coinventor of the Richter magnitude scale
John Leighton Stuart (1876-1962), second-generation American missionary in China, first president of Yenching University and later United States ambassador to China
Halden (city in Norway)
doing good is like a hard climb, doing evil is like an easy fall (idiom)
Edward Snowden (1983-), American surveillance program whistleblower
(Osama) bin Laden (1957-2011), leader of Al Qaeda
Lee Teng-hui (1923-2020), Taiwanese politician, president of ROC 1988-2000
lit. even harder than reaching the sky (idiom) / fig. extremely difficult / far from an easy task
Hayden or Haydn (name)
Wimbledon Championships (tennis)
lit. one doesn't visit a temple without a cause (idiom) / fig. to visit sb with an ulterior motive (esp. to ask for sth)
to ascend to the throne
Dengfeng, county-level city in Zhengzhou 鄭州|郑州, Henan
mountain bike (Tw)
to employ talent (idiom)
to advertise
ta da! / wow!
boarding gate
departure gate (aviation)
air bridge / aircraft boarding bridge
(airport) check-in / boarding formalities
check-in counter
airport terminal
boarding pass
boarding gate
to register one's name / account name (on a computer)

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